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Hän language

The Hän language is a Northern Athabaskan language spoken by the Hän Hwëch'in. Athabascan refers to the interrelated complexity of languages spoken in Canada and Alaska each with their own dialect: the village of Eagle, Alaska in the United States and the town of Dawson City, Yukon Territory in Canada, though there are also Hän speakers in the nearby city of Fairbanks, Alaska. Furthermore, there was a decline in speakers in Dawson City as a result of the... Read More


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